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M. Faye Hanson-Evans

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M. Faye Hanson-Evans is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology where she teaches courses on the sociology of poverty, gender, social problems, and more. Faye earned her MA and BA in Sociology from UT Arlington and is both a McNair Scholar and Honors College alum. Her specializations include the sociology of poverty, political sociology, and quantitative data analysis. During the 2017-2018 academic year, Faye worked as faculty advisor with her students to establish a new UTA student organization chapter - Project Downtown, a national 5013c that works specifically with the homeless populations of Arlington and Fort Worth. In 2016-2017, Faye served on a multi-disciplinary committee that worked to create and implement specific career paths and promotion opportunities for non-tenure track faculty. Faye has also earned her Online Teaching Certification with a Mastery Series in Social Media in Online Education through the Online Learning Consortium. Faye was named UT Arlington's College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Teacher in Distance Education in 2017.